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Massey Services promotes new construction west division manager

|  March 27, 2020
DJ Shaw. HEADSHOT: MASSEY SERVICES

DJ Shaw. HEADSHOT: MASSEY SERVICES

Massey Services, based in Orlando, Fla., has promoted DJ Shaw to new construction west division manager.

In his new role, Shaw will oversee the company’s pre-construction pest and termite services in Texas, Oklahoma and Louisiana.

He began his career with Massey Services as a lawn specialist in 2004 and was then promoted to operations manager, general manager and director of customer care. In 2014, Shaw transferred to the company’s commercial division as a general manager of Dallas, Texas commercial and then later to his most recent position of general manager at the Euless, Texas service center.

“Throughout his career, DJ has built great relationships with both our customers and our team members,” said Tony Massey, president of Massey Services. “With his experience in commercial and residential operations along with customer service, I know DJ will be able to develop strong partnerships with our builders and continue to grow our New Construction Division.”

Earlier this year, Massey Services split its new construction region, creating a west and east divisions. The restructuring will ensure Massey Services can provide a stronger focus for its current builders, as well as developing partnerships with new builders.

Massey Services provides service to over 650,000 customers throughout Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Texas, South Carolina, North Carolina and Oklahoma.

The company was founded in 1985 by PMP Hall of Famer Harvey Massey (Class of 2008). He is a 56-year veteran of the pest management industry. Celebrating 35 consecutive years of profitable growth, Massey Services and its subsidiary organizations employ nearly 2,200 team members and operate 2,000 vehicles that provide residential and commercial pest prevention, termite protection, landscape and irrigation services

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